“…You have to bear to be measure”
Keywords:untranslatability, Dictionary of Untranslatables, Gorgias, Heidegger
Interview of members of the Student Society of Oral History of Philosophy (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) with Barbara Cassin, a member of the French Academy. The main topics of the interview are Barbara Cassin's intellectual biography, the origin of the Dictionary of untranslatability’s idea, the philosophical influence of Martin Heidegger, contemporary studies of untranslatability and their practical application.
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